Flower Pressing – a hobby that pays
You’ll see from the pictures on this web site that flower pressing is a lovely creative hobby.
But there’s a lot more to it. You’ll find that you can easily turn your flower pressing hobby into a business that you can run from home.
My flower pressing started off as an enjoyable hobby. I’ve been fortunate in that I’ve always grown my own flowers so it was natural that I should turn to a hobby involving flowers.
But then it grew rapidly into a small business. I was even obliged to employ assistants as my little venture grew.
If you love gardening and flowers as I do and if you would like to turn it into a paying hobby as I did – then you can do it too! I can help you.
Of course it takes time to learn the basics such as which flowers are the best to press, how to retain the colour of pressed flowers and a lot more.
In fact, it took years for me to discover all the little details that go into flower pressing. I had many dismal failures until I perfected the methods that brought me success. But now that I have the recipe for success I can hand it to you!
The Recipe for Success
I can save you years of trial and error. You see, I have put all my discoveries and tips into “Flower Pressing Secrets” which is an illustrated manual that will get you started in no time.
All the details, tips and instructions that you’ll need are clearly set out for you in “Flower Pressing Secrets.” The materials you’ll need are inexpensive and you can start immediately.
Flower pressing really is an ideal occupation. It can literally open up a new way of life for you because it’s such a joy to work closely with nature. The manual will show you everything you need to know about pressing flowers and selling your handiwork.
And you’ll be able to start right away.
I have revealed everything in the guide – you will have access to all my ideas and tips – and as it’s available online it’s just a click away. Study it, enjoy it and the best of success to you in your hobby or money making venture.
Get access to this information for only $25.
A digital guide – not available in hard cover.